KR20170017430A - Method, electronic apparatus and computer readable recording medium for displaying information regarding user's poi - Google Patents

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KR20170017430A
KR20170017430A KR1020150111310A KR20150111310A KR20170017430A KR 20170017430 A KR20170017430 A KR 20170017430A KR 1020150111310 A KR1020150111310 A KR 1020150111310A KR 20150111310 A KR20150111310 A KR 20150111310A KR 20170017430 A KR20170017430 A KR 20170017430A
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Abstract

Disclosed is a method for displaying information regarding a users point of interest. The disclosed display method comprises a step of displaying an UI screen having a first UI region displaying a users point of interest as a locational identifier on a map and a second UI region displaying at least one object regarding a users point of interest, wherein the users point of interest includes at least one from a point that a user has searched previously, a point that a user has visited before, and a point that a user has registered as a point of interest previously, and the object may specifically display information on a users point of interest compared to a locational identifier.

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001] The present invention relates to a method for displaying information on a user's point of interest, an electronic apparatus, and a computer readable recording medium.

The present invention relates to a method, an electronic apparatus and a computer-readable recording medium for displaying information on a user's point of interest.

2. Description of the Related Art In general, an electronic device (Navigation System) equipped with a Global Positioning System (GPS) is used for checking the current position and moving speed of a vehicle or determining a travel route.

The electronic device calculates the position based on the GPS signal, displays the location of the current mobile to the user based on the calculated position, calculates the optimal route to the desired destination, Guidance is provided to the user while providing various related information.

When a destination for route setting is to be input to the electronic device, the user mainly uses the search menu. Examples of the destination search method include an address search, a telephone number search, and a name search. The address search is a method of searching for a location with an address corresponding to a destination, the telephone number search is a method of searching a location by a telephone number corresponding to a destination, and the name search is a method of searching a location with a common name corresponding to a destination .

In addition, a technology for making it possible to search for a recent destination, a point registered as a favorite point, and the like for easier destination searching is disclosed.

However, when a plurality of user interest points are set, only the approximate position information of the point of interest is memorized, only the approximate registration time point of the point of interest is memorized, only the approximate point of visit of the point of interest is memorized, When we remember the fact that it was a place to visit, there was no alternative but a way of looking at the whole item according to the method proposed in the past.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made in view of the above-mentioned needs, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a method of displaying information on a user's interest point based on at least one of a time reference and a space reference, Readable recording medium.

According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method of displaying information on a point of interest of a user, the method comprising: displaying a UI (User Interface) screen including at least one object for a user's interest point Receiving a scroll input of a user, and scrolling and displaying the UI screen corresponding to the received scroll input, wherein the object includes at least one of a point previously searched by the user, And a point at which the user previously registered the point of interest.

The displaying of the UI screen may include detecting at least one of time information, position information, attribute information, and name information of the user's interest point, And generating the UI screen by sequentially arranging the generated objects in a time order based on the detected time information, wherein the time information on the user interest point is generated by the user The registration time information corresponding to the time previously registered as the point of interest, the visit time information corresponding to the time previously visited by the user, and the search time information corresponding to the time previously searched by the user have.

In the step of creating the UI screen, the UI screen may be created by placing a time-dividing object for distinguishing objects in different time zones in the array of objects.

In addition, the object may be displayed by reflecting search frequency information about the user's interest point.

The object may further include an icon indicating an attribute of the point of interest, registration time information corresponding to a time when the user previously registered the point of interest, visit time information corresponding to a time previously visited by the user, Search time information corresponding to the retrieved time, and name information of the user's interest point.

When any one of the objects displayed on the UI screen is selected, a UI screen including at least one of detailed information of a user's interest point corresponding to the selected object, a position view menu, a path search menu, and a delete menu is displayed Step < / RTI >

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method of displaying information on a point of interest of a user, including a first user interface (UI) area displaying a user point of interest as a location identifier on a map, And displaying a UI screen including a second UI area displaying at least one object for a point of interest, wherein the user point of interest comprises a point at which the user has previously searched, a point at which the user visited previously And a point at which the user has previously registered as a point of interest, and the object can display information on the user interest point in detail with respect to the location identifier.

The method further includes displaying a full map UI screen when a search request of a user's interest point is input, and receiving a specific administrative area of the plurality of administrative areas constituting the entire map, May be performed after the selection of the specific administrative area and the first UI area may display the user interest point as a location identifier on a map corresponding to the selected specific administrative area.

The method may further include generating a first UI (User Interface) area for displaying a user interest point on the map as a location identifier using location information on the user interest point, And generating the second UI region in which the objects are sequentially arranged according to a time sequence, wherein the time information on the user interest point includes a registration time corresponding to a time at which the user previously registered the point of interest Visit time information corresponding to a time previously visited by the user, and search time information corresponding to a time previously searched by the user.

The first UI region and the second UI region are distinguished from each other by a UI region, and the user input for one UI region may not affect another UI region.

When the user input for enlargement or reduction is received in the first UI area, the first UI area enlarges or reduces the map, and when the scroll input of the user is received in the second UI area, And the second UI region may scroll the object so as to correspond to the received scroll input.

The object and the location identifier may be displayed reflecting the search frequency information about the user's interest point.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided an electronic device including a display unit displaying a UI (User Interface) screen including at least one object for a point of interest of a user, An input unit for receiving a scroll input; and a control unit for controlling the display unit to scroll the UI screen to correspond to the received scroll input, wherein the object includes at least one of a point previously searched by the user, A point of interest and a point of interest of the user including at least one of the points at which the user previously registered the point of interest.

A detector for detecting at least one of time information, position information, attribute information on a user's interest point, and name information on a user's interest point, And an image processing unit for generating the UI screen by sequentially generating the generated objects based on the detected time information according to a time order, At least one of registration time information corresponding to a time when the user previously registered as a point of interest, visit time information corresponding to a time previously visited by the user, and search time information corresponding to a time previously searched by the user .

The image processing unit may generate the UI screen by positioning a time-dividing object for distinguishing objects in different time zones in the array of objects.

In addition, the object may be displayed by reflecting search frequency information about the user's interest point.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided an electronic device including a display unit for displaying a screen, a first UI (User Interface) area for displaying a user's point of interest on the map as a location identifier, And a control unit for controlling the display unit to display a UI screen including a second UI area for displaying at least one object for a user interest point, , A point visited by a user previously and a point registered by the user as a point of interest previously, and the object can display information on the user interest point in detail with respect to the location identifier.

The control unit may control the display unit to display a full map UI screen when a search request of a user's interest point is input through the input unit, Wherein the control unit controls the display unit to display the UI screen when a specific administrative area of the plurality of administrative areas constituting the entire map is selected through the input unit, It can be indicated by a location identifier on a map corresponding to the administrative area.

The controller generates the first UI (User Interface) area for displaying the user's interest point as a location identifier on the map using the location information of the user's interest point, Wherein the time information on the user's interest point includes at least one of registration time information corresponding to a time at which the user previously registered the point of interest, The visit time information corresponding to the time previously visited by the user, and the search time information corresponding to the time previously searched by the user.

In addition, the first UI area and the second UI area are distinguished from each other by a UI area, and a user input to one UI area may not affect another UI area.

When the user input for enlargement or reduction is received in the first UI area, the first UI area enlarges or reduces the map, and when the scroll input of the user is received in the second UI area, And the second UI region may scroll the object so as to correspond to the received scroll input.

In addition, the object and the location identifier may be displayed reflecting the search frequency information about the user's interest point.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a computer-readable recording medium storing a program for executing a method of displaying information on a user's interest point.

According to various embodiments of the present invention, when a plurality of user interest points are set, only the approximate position information of the point of interest is stored, only the approximate point of registration of the point of interest is stored, The user can quickly and conveniently search the point of interest and edit the point of interest searched, even if he or she remembers only the point of time when the user visited the point of time and frequently visited the point.

1 is a block diagram illustrating an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is a diagram for explaining a system network connected to an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
3 is a flowchart illustrating a UI screen display method according to the first embodiment of the present invention.
4 is a view showing a UI screen display method according to the first embodiment of the present invention in more detail.
5A, 5B and 5C are diagrams showing UI screens according to the first embodiment of the present invention.
6 is a flowchart illustrating a method of displaying a UI screen according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
7 is a diagram illustrating a UI screen display method according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
8A to 8B are views showing UI screens according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

The following merely illustrates the principles of the invention. Thus, those skilled in the art will be able to devise various apparatuses which, although not explicitly described or shown herein, embody the principles of the invention and are included in the concept and scope of the invention. Furthermore, all of the conditional terms and embodiments listed herein are, in principle, only intended for the purpose of enabling understanding of the concepts of the present invention, and are not to be construed as limited to such specifically recited embodiments and conditions do.

It is also to be understood that the detailed description, as well as the principles, aspects and embodiments of the invention, as well as specific embodiments thereof, are intended to cover structural and functional equivalents thereof. It is also to be understood that such equivalents include all elements contemplated to perform the same function irrespective of the currently known equivalents as well as the equivalents to be developed in the future, i.e., the structure.

Thus, for example, it should be understood that the block diagrams herein represent conceptual views of exemplary circuits embodying the principles of the invention. Similarly, all flowcharts, state transition diagrams, pseudo code, and the like are representative of various processes that may be substantially represented on a computer-readable medium and executed by a computer or processor, whether or not the computer or processor is explicitly shown .

The functions of the various elements shown in the figures, including the functional blocks depicted in the processor or similar concept, may be provided by use of dedicated hardware as well as hardware capable of executing software in connection with appropriate software. When provided by a processor, the functions may be provided by a single dedicated processor, a single shared processor, or a plurality of individual processors, some of which may be shared.

Also, the explicit use of terms such as processor, control, or similar concepts should not be interpreted exclusively as hardware capable of running software, and may be used without limitation as a digital signal processor (DSP) (ROM), random access memory (RAM), and non-volatile memory. Other hardware may also be included.

In the claims hereof, the elements represented as means for performing the functions described in the detailed description include all types of software including, for example, a combination of circuit elements performing the function or firmware / microcode etc. , And is coupled with appropriate circuitry to execute the software to perform the function. It is to be understood that the invention defined by the appended claims is not to be construed as encompassing any means capable of providing such functionality, as the functions provided by the various listed means are combined and combined with the manner in which the claims require .

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The above and other objects, features and advantages of the present invention will become more apparent from the following detailed description of the present invention when taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, in which: There will be. In the following description, well-known functions or constructions are not described in detail since they would obscure the invention in unnecessary detail.

Various embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a block diagram illustrating an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present invention. 1, an electronic device 100 includes a storage unit 110, an input unit 120, an output unit 130, a control unit 170, a communication unit 180, a sensing unit 190, and a power unit 195 Including all or part of them.

Here, the electronic device 100 may be a smart phone, a tablet computer, a notebook computer, a personal digital assistant (PDA), a portable multimedia player (PMP), a smart glass, Project glass, navigation, black-box, and the like.

The driving-related guidance may include various guidance for assisting the driving of the driver, such as route guidance, lane departure guidance, forward vehicle departure guidance, traffic light change guidance, forward vehicle collision prevention guide, lane change guidance,

Herein, the route guidance includes an augmented reality route guide for performing route guidance by combining various information such as a user's position, direction, and the like on an image taken in front of a vehicle in operation, a 2D (2-Dimensional) or 3D (3-Dimensional) (2-Dimensional) or 3D (3-Dimensional) route guidance for performing route guidance by combining various information such as a user's location, direction, and the like to map data of the user. In addition, the route guidance may include an aerial map route guide for performing route guidance by combining various information such as the user's location, direction, and the like in the aerial map data.

Here, the route guidance can be interpreted not only as a case when the user is riding on the vehicle, but also as a concept including a route guidance when the user walks or jumps.

The electronic device 100 calculates the current position of the electronic device 100 based on the GPS signal when the destination for route setting is input from the user, and calculates an optimum path to the destination using the calculated current position and the input destination And provides the above-described route guidance by providing various information related to the optimum route.

Here, the input of the destination can be performed through a destination search such as an address search for an address corresponding to a destination, a telephone number search for a telephone number corresponding to a destination, or a name search for a general name corresponding to a destination have.

Alternatively, according to an embodiment of the present invention, when the user's interest point search command is input, the electronic device 100 displays a UI screen (not shown) for classifying and displaying information about the user's interest point based on at least one of a time reference and a space reference Can be displayed. In this case, the input of the destination can be performed by selecting the user interest point on the corresponding UI screen.

On the other hand, the lane departure guidance may be to guide whether the vehicle being driven has deviated from the lane.

In addition, the forward vehicle departure guidance may be to guide the departure of the vehicle located in front of the stopped vehicle.

Further, the traffic light change guidance may be to guide the change of the traffic light located in front of the vehicle being stopped. For example, when the red light indicating the stop signal is changed from a lighted state to a blue light indicating the start signal, it may be guided.

The front vehicle collision avoidance guidance may be to guide the vehicle to avoid a collision with the preceding vehicle when the distance to the vehicle located in front of the stopped or running vehicle is within a certain distance.

In addition, the lane change guidance may be for guiding the change from the lane where the vehicle is located to another lane for guiding the route to the destination.

Also, the lane guidance may be to guide the lane where the vehicle is currently located.

Such a forward image of the vehicle enabling the provision of various guides can be photographed in a camera mounted on the vehicle. Here, the camera may be a camera that is integrally formed with the electronic device 100 mounted on the vehicle and photographs the front of the vehicle.

As another example, the camera may be a camera that is mounted on the vehicle separately from the electronic device 100 and photographs the front of the vehicle. In this case, the camera may be a separate black box that is mounted toward the front of the vehicle, and the electronic device 100 may receive the photographed image through wired / wireless communication with the separately mounted black box, When the storage medium to be stored is inserted into the electronic device 100, the electronic device 100 can receive a photographed image.

Hereinafter, the electronic device 100 according to one embodiment of the present invention will be described in more detail based on the above description.

The storage unit 110 functions to store various data and applications necessary for the operation of the electronic device 100. Specifically, the storage unit 110 may store data necessary for the operation of the electronic device 100, for example, an OS, a route search application, map data, and the like. Also, the storage unit 110 may store data generated by the operation of the electronic device 100, for example, the detected route data, the received image, and the like.

Also, the storage unit 110 may store information on a user's interest point. Here, the user's point of interest may include at least one of a point at which the user has previously searched, a point at which the user has previously visited, and a point at which the user previously registered the point of interest. In addition, the previous time point may refer to a past time point based on a time when the electronic device 100 receives the user interest point search command.

Accordingly, the point that the user has previously searched for may refer to a destination that the user has searched in the past through address search, telephone number search, name search, and the like. In addition, a point visited by a user previously may mean a destination that the user actually visited in the past among the searched destinations. In addition, the point at which the user previously registered the point of interest may refer to a destination that the user has registered as a favorite point in the past.

The information on the user's interest point stored in the storage unit 110 may include time information indicating a time point of the user's interest point, position information indicating a position of the user's interest point, attributes (e.g., Attribute information indicating a characteristic of a point such as a gas station, a gas station, a restaurant, a museum, and a residence facility, name information indicating a general name of a point of interest of a user, and search frequency information indicating the number of times a user's point of interest is searched through various search methods At least one of them can be detected.

The time information on the user's interest point includes registration time information corresponding to the time the user previously registered as the point of interest, visit time information corresponding to the time the user visited previously, and search time corresponding to the time previously searched by the user And / or information.

The storage unit 110 may be implemented as a random access memory (RAM), a flash memory, a ROM, an erasable programmable ROM (EPROM), an electronically erasable and programmable ROM (EEPROM), a register, a hard disk, Card, a Universal Subscriber Identity Module (USIM), or the like, as well as a detachable type storage device such as a USB memory.

The input unit 120 functions to convert a physical input from the outside of the electronic device 100 into a specific electric signal. Here, the input unit 120 may include all or some of the user input unit 121 and the microphone unit 123.

The user input unit 121 can receive user inputs such as touch, push operation, and the like. The user input unit 120 may be implemented using at least one of various types of buttons, a touch sensor for receiving a touch input, and a proximity sensor for receiving a motion to be accessed.

The microphone unit 123 can receive the user's voice and the sound generated from the inside and the outside of the vehicle.

The output unit 130 is a device for outputting data of the electronic device 100. Here, the output unit 130 may include all or a part of the display unit 131 and the audio output unit 133.

The display unit 131 is a device that outputs data that the electronic device 100 can visually recognize. The display unit 131 may be implemented as a display unit provided on the front surface of the housing of the electronic device 100. The display unit 131 is integrally formed with the electronic device 100 and can output visual recognition data. The display unit 131 is installed separately from the electronic device 100 such as a HUD (Head Up Display) You may.

The audio output unit 133 is a device that outputs data that the electronic device 100 can perceive audibly. The audio output unit 133 may be implemented as a speaker for expressing sound data to be notified to the user of the electronic device 100.

The communication unit 180 may be provided for the electronic device 100 to communicate with other devices. The communication unit 180 includes all or a part of the location data unit 181, the wireless Internet unit 183, the broadcast transmission / reception unit 185, the mobile communication unit 186, the short range communication unit 187, and the wired communication unit 189 can do.

The position data section 181 is a device for acquiring position data through a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS). GNSS means a navigation system capable of calculating the position of a receiving terminal using a radio signal received from a satellite. A specific example of GNSS may be a GPS (Global Positioning System), a Galileo, a GLONASS (Global Orbiting Navigational Satellite System), a COMPASS, an Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System (IRNSS), a Quasi-Zenith Satellite System have. The location data portion 181 of the electronic device 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention may receive the GNSS signal serviced in the area where the electronic device 100 is used to obtain location data.

The wireless Internet unit 183 is a device that connects to the wireless Internet to acquire or transmit data. The wireless Internet accessable through the wireless Internet unit 183 may be a wireless LAN (WLAN), a wireless broadband (Wibro), a world interoperability for microwave access (Wimax), or a high speed downlink packet access (HSDPA).

The broadcast transmitting and receiving unit 185 is a device for transmitting and receiving broadcast signals through various broadcasting systems. The broadcasting system that can transmit and receive through the broadcasting transmission and reception unit 185 is a digital broadcasting system such as DMBT (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting Terrestrial), DMBS (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting Satellite), MediaFLO (Media Forward Link Only), DVBH (Digital Video Broadcast Handheld) Integrated Services Digital Broadcast Terrestrial) and the like. The broadcast signal transmitted / received through the broadcast transmission / reception unit 185 may include traffic data, living data, and the like.

The mobile communication unit 186 can access and communicate with a mobile communication network according to various mobile communication standards such as 3G (3rd Generation), 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), Long Term Evolution (LTE)

The short-range communication unit 187 is a device for short-range communication. As described above, the short-range communication unit 187 is a communication unit that transmits and receives data to and from a mobile communication terminal such as a Bluetooth, a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), an Infrared Data Association (IrDA), an Ultra Wide Band (UWB), a ZigBee, -Fi (Wireless-Fidelity) or the like.

The wired communication unit 189 is an interface device capable of connecting the electronic device 100 with another device by wire. The wired communication unit 119 may be a USB module that can communicate through a USB port.

The communication unit 180 includes at least one of the location data unit 181, the wireless Internet unit 183, the broadcast transmission / reception unit 185, the mobile communication unit 186, the short-range communication unit 187, and the wired communication unit 189 To communicate with other devices.

For example, when the electronic device 100 does not include a camera function, an image photographed by a vehicle camera such as a black box can be received using at least one of the short-range communication unit 187 and the wired communication unit 189. [

As another example, when communicating with a plurality of devices, one may communicate with the short-range communication unit 187 and the other with the wired communication unit 119. [

The sensing unit 190 is a device capable of sensing the current state of the electronic device 100. The sensing unit 190 may include all or a part of the motion sensing unit 191 and the optical sensing unit 193.

The motion sensing unit 191 can sense movement of the electronic device 100 in a three-dimensional space. The motion sensing unit 191 may include a three-axis geomagnetic sensor and a three-axis acceleration sensor. It is possible to calculate a more accurate trajectory of the vehicle to which the electronic device 100 is attached by combining the motion data acquired through the motion sensing section 191 with the position data obtained through the position data section 181. [

The optical sensing unit 193 is a device for measuring the ambient illuminance of the electronic device 100. The brightness of the display unit 131 can be changed to correspond to the surrounding brightness by using the illuminance data acquired through the optical sensing unit 193. [

The power supply unit 195 is a device for supplying power necessary for operation of the electronic device 100 or operation of another device connected to the electronic device 100. [ The power supply unit 195 may be a battery built in the electronic device 100, or a device that receives power from an external power source such as a vehicle. The power supply unit 195 may be implemented as a wired communication module 119 according to the type of the power supply, or may be implemented as a wirelessly supplied device.

The control unit 170 includes a detection unit 171 and an image processing unit 172 and controls the overall operation of the electronic device 100. [ More specifically, the control unit 170 controls all or a part of the storage unit 110, the input unit 120, the output unit 130, the control unit 170, the communication unit 180, the sensing unit 190, can do.

In particular, when a search request for a user's interest point is inputted through the input unit 120, the controller 170 displays the information about the point of interest of the user on at least one of a time reference and a space reference, Can be controlled.

More specifically, according to the first embodiment of the present invention, the controller 170 can control the display unit 131 to display information on the point of interest of the user on a time basis. In this case, the controller 170 may control the components of the electronic device 100 to operate as follows.

First, when a search request of a user's interest point is received through the input unit 120, the controller 170 displays a UI (User Interface) screen including at least one object for a point of interest of the user 131 can be controlled.

More specifically, when the search request of the user's interest point is received through the input unit 120, the detection unit 171 detects time information on the user's point of interest, position information on the user's point of interest, Name information for the point, and search frequency information for the user's point of interest.

The image processor 172 may generate an object for each of the user's interest points using the detected information. Specifically, the image processing unit 172 uses the detected information to display an icon representing an attribute of a point of interest, registration time information corresponding to a time when the user previously registered the point of interest as a point of interest, a visit time corresponding to a time the user visited previously, The search time information corresponding to the time previously searched by the user, the name information of the user's interest point, and the search frequency information about the point of interest. The object generated here may include at least one of text, image, audio, and video.

The image processing unit 172 may generate the UI screen by sequentially arranging the generated objects in the time order based on the detected time information. Then, the display unit 131 can display the generated UI screen.

Meanwhile, when the scroll input of the user is received through the input unit 120, the control unit 170 may control the display unit 131 to scroll the UI screen so as to correspond to the received scroll input.

In addition, according to the display method of the second embodiment of the present invention, the controller 170 can control the display unit 131 to display information on points of interest of the user based on time and space. In this case, the controller 170 may control the components of the electronic device 100 to operate as follows.

First, when a search request of a user's interest point is received through the input unit 120, the controller 170 displays a first UI (User Interface) area for displaying the user's interest point on the map as a location identifier, It is possible to control the display unit 131 to display a UI screen including a second UI area for displaying one object.

More specifically, when a search request of the user's interest point is received through the input unit 120, the detection unit 171 calculates the time point of the user's interest point, the location information of the user point of interest, Name information for the point of interest, and search frequency information for the user's point of interest.

The image processing unit 172 may generate the first UI (User Interface) area for displaying the user's point of interest as a location identifier on the map using the location information of the user's interest point. In addition, the image processing unit 172 may generate a second UI area that sequentially arranges objects in time order using time information on a point of interest of a user. The image processing unit 172 may generate a UI screen for displaying the generated first UI region and the generated second UI region together. Then, the display unit 131 can display the generated UI screen.

Here, the object displayed in the second UI area can display information on the user's interest point in detail with respect to the location identifier displayed in the first UI area. For example, the location identifier may be expressed as a point representing the location on the map, and the object may display summary information such as time information on the point of interest, name information of the point of interest, and the like.

On the other hand, when one point of interest is selected from a plurality of user's interest points through the displayed UI screen according to the above-described display method, the controller 170 selects the optimal point to the destination using the current position and the destination corresponding to the user's point of interest Calculates the route, and can perform route guidance based on the calculated optimal route.

2 is a diagram for explaining a system network connected to an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present invention. 2, the electronic device 100 according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention may be implemented as various devices installed in a vehicle such as a navigation device, a black box, a smart phone, or a device for providing augmented reality interface for a vehicle. A communication network, and other electronic devices 61 to 64. [

In addition, the electronic device 100 can calculate the current position and the current time zone by interlocking the GPS module according to the radio wave signal received from the satellite 20. [

Each of the satellites 20 can transmit L-band frequencies having different frequency bands. The electronic device 100 may calculate the current position based on the time it took for the L band frequency transmitted at each satellite 20 to reach the electronic device 100. [

Meanwhile, the electronic device 100 can be connected to the network 30 wirelessly through the communication unit 180 through the control station 40 (ACR), the base station 50, and the RAS. When the electronic device 100 is connected to the network 30, it can indirectly connect with other electronic devices 61 and 62 connected to the network 30 to exchange data.

On the other hand, the electronic device 100 may be indirectly connected to the network 30 through another device 63 having a communication function. For example, when a module capable of connecting to the network 30 is not provided in the electronic device 100, it can communicate with another device 63 having a communication function through a short-range communication module or the like.

3 is a flowchart illustrating a UI screen display method according to the first embodiment of the present invention. Referring to FIG. 3, first, the electronic device 100 may display a UI (User Interface) screen including at least one object for a point of interest of a user (S101). Here, the user point of interest may include at least one of a point at which the user has previously searched, a point at which the user has previously visited, and a point at which the user previously registered the point of interest. Then, the object can display information about the user's interest point, for example, name information about a point of interest, time information on a point of interest, and the like.

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 may receive the scroll input of the user (S102). As an example, the scroll input may be a touch input that is dragged from one point to another point on the touch screen.

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 scrolls and displays the UI screen so as to correspond to the received scroll input (S103).

4 is a view showing a UI screen display method according to the first embodiment of the present invention in more detail. Referring to FIG. 4, first, the electronic device 100 may receive a user's point of interest search request (S201). Specifically, the display unit 131 may display an address search menu, a phone number search menu, a name search menu, and a user interest point search menu for destination search. If the user selects 'user interest point search menu' among the plurality of menus displayed, the above-described step S201 may be performed.

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 may detect information about the user's point of interest (S202). Specifically, the detection unit 171 detects time points of user interest points stored in the storage unit 110, position information on user interest points, attribute information on user interest points, name information on user interest points, Can be detected.

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 may generate an object for each of the user's points of interest using the detected information (S203). Specifically, the image processing unit 172 uses the detected information to display an icon representing an attribute of a point of interest, registration time information corresponding to a time when the user previously registered the point of interest as a point of interest, a visit time corresponding to a time the user visited previously, The search time information corresponding to the time previously searched by the user, the name information of the user's interest point, and the search frequency information about the point of interest. Here, the generated object may include at least one of text, image, audio, and video.

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 can generate the UI screen by sequentially arranging the objects generated based on the time information according to the time sequence (S204). For example, the image processing unit 171 arranges a predetermined number of objects corresponding to the most recent user interest points in the first row, and moves away from the first row (in other words, as the row number increases ) It is possible to arrange the objects in the past so that the UI screen is created.

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 can display the generated UI screen (S205). In this case, the created UI screen can be displayed as shown in FIG. 5A. That is, the UI screen can arrange a plurality of objects 510 for the user's interest point sequentially in time order.

Each object 511 includes an icon 511-1 indicating an attribute of a point of interest, time information 511-2 indicating a search / visit / registration time of a point of interest, name information 511-3 ) Can be expressed.

In addition, each object 511 can display search frequency information about a point of interest. For example, the search frequency information about a point of interest can be displayed by forming a border 511-4 of a predetermined thickness around the object 511-1 whose search frequency for the point of interest is within the upper X%. Although not shown in FIG. 5A, the color of the frame 511-4 having a predetermined thickness formed around the object 511 may be formed differently so that the search frequency information can be displayed.

In addition, the UI screen can display a time-divided object 511-5 that makes it possible to distinguish objects in different time zones. This can be performed by creating a UI screen by positioning a time-dividing object, which allows the image processor 172 to distinguish objects in different time zones, in an array of objects.

Meanwhile, the electronic device 100 may then receive the scroll input of the user (S206). Specifically, when a touch input for dragging from one point to another point on the touch screen is input through the input unit 120, the controller 170 determines that the scroll input is received, and determines the direction of the scroll input. Here, the direction of the scroll input may include a left direction, a right direction, an upward direction, and a downward direction.

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 scrolls the UI screen so as to correspond to the received scroll input (S207). Specifically, the electronic device 100 scrolls and displays the UI screen in a direction corresponding to the direction of the scroll input. For example, the electronic device 100 may display a UI screen as shown in FIGS. 5B and 5C.

For example, when the downward scroll input 520 is received as shown in FIG. 5B, the objects can be moved downward or downward and displayed. In this case, the objects for the user interest points that have been searched / visited / registered far in the past based on the current time point can be displayed on the display unit 131. [

When the scroll input 530 in the upward direction is received as shown in FIG. 5C, the objects can be moved upward or downward and displayed. In this case, the objects for the user interest points that have been searched / visited / registered in the near past based on the current time point can be displayed on the display unit 131. [

If any one of the objects displayed on the UI screen is selected (S208: Y), detailed information including at least one of detailed information of a user's interest point corresponding to the selected object, a position view menu, a path search menu, The UI screen can be displayed (S209). Here, the detailed information of the user's interest point may include information for more specifically describing the point of interest such as address information, gasoline amount information, and the like. The detailed UI screen can be displayed overlaid on one area of the UI screen that is displayed.

According to the present invention, when a plurality of user interest points are set, only the approximate registration time point of the point of interest is memorized, only the approximate point of visit of the point of interest is memorized, and only the fact that it is a frequently visited place The user can quickly and conveniently search the point of interest and edit the point of interest searched.

6 is a flowchart illustrating a method of displaying a UI screen according to a second embodiment of the present invention. First, the electronic device 100 may generate a first UI (User Interface) area for displaying the user's point of interest on the map as a location identifier (S301).

In addition, the electronic device 100 may create a second UI region that displays at least one object for the user's point of interest (S302).

Then, the electronic device 100 can display the generated first UI area and the generated second UI area together (S303). Here, the object displayed in the second UI area can display information about the user's interest point in detail with respect to the location identifier displayed in the first UI area.

7 is a diagram illustrating a UI screen display method according to a second embodiment of the present invention. First, the electronic device 100 may receive a user's point of interest search request (S401).

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 can display the full map UI screen (S402). Specifically, the full map UI screen can be displayed as shown in FIG. 8A. That is, the full map UI screen 810 may display a map including all of a plurality of administrative regions for the corresponding country.

A location identifier 811 indicating the location of the user's interest point may be displayed on the overall map. In this case, after step S401, the electronic device 100 may detect the location information of the user's point of interest and display the user's point of interest as a location identifier on the global map using the detected location information.

However, this is an embodiment of the present invention, but unlike FIG. 8A, the location identifier may not be displayed on the entire map UI screen. Hereinafter, the case where the location identifier is not displayed on the overall map UI screen will be described as an example.

If a particular administrative area 812 is selected (S403: Y), the electronic device 100 may detect information about the user's point of interest in the selected administrative area (S404). Specifically, the detection unit 171 detects time points for user interest points in the selected administrative zone, location information for user interest points, attribute information for user interest points, name information for user interest points, And at least one of the search frequency information.

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 may generate a first UI area indicating a user interest point as a location identifier on a map corresponding to a specific administrative area (S405). Specifically, the image processor 172 may generate a first UI area that displays a user interest point as a location identifier on a map corresponding to a specific administrative area using the detected location information.

In addition, the electronic device 100 may generate a second UI region that sequentially arranges objects for the user's interest point in time order (S406). Specifically, the image processor 172 may generate a second UI area that displays a user interest point as a location identifier on a map corresponding to a specific planetary zone, using the detected time information. For example, the image processing unit 172 may generate the second UI region by sequentially arranging the objects in time order based on the time information

Thereafter, the electronic device 100 can display a UI screen including the generated first UI area and the generated second UI area (S407). For example, the UI screen may be displayed as shown in FIG. 8B.

8B, the UI screen includes a first UI area 820 for displaying a user interest point on a map corresponding to a specific planetary area as a location identifier, a second UI area 830 for displaying an object for a user interest point ).

The object 831 displayed in the second UI area 830 can display information about the user's interest point in detail with respect to the location identifier 821 displayed in the first UI area 820. [ For example, as shown in FIG. 8B, the location identifier 821 can be displayed as a point indicating the location, and the name information corresponding to the location identifier 821 can be additionally displayed on the map. On the other hand, the object 831 can display approximate information such as search / visit / registration time information of a point of interest, name information of a point of interest, attribute information of a point of interest, and the like.

In addition, the object 831 and the location identifier 821 can display the search frequency information for the user's interest point. For example, as shown in FIG. 8B, the location identifier 821-1 whose search frequency for the point of interest is within the upper X% can be displayed on the map as a symbol different from other location identifiers. In addition, an object whose search frequency with respect to the point of interest is within the upper X% can be displayed together with the frame 831-1 of a predetermined thickness.

Meanwhile, the first UI region 820 and the second UI region 830 are separated into different UI regions, and the user input to one UI region may not affect the other UI region.

For example, when a user input for enlargement or reduction is received in the first UI area 820, the first UI area 820 enlarges or reduces the map, and the second UI area 830 displays the user input May not be affected.

In addition, when a scroll input of a user is received in the second UI area 830, the second UI area 830 scrolls and displays the object corresponding to the received scroll input, while the first UI area 820 displays a user input May not be affected.

If the scroll input of the user's left direction is received in the second UI area 830, the objects may be displayed moving or being switched from right to left. In this case, objects for user interest points that have been searched / visited / registered in the past based on the current time point may be displayed in the second UI region 830. [

If the scroll input to the right direction is received in the second UI area 830, the objects can be moved or switched from left to right and displayed. In this case, objects for a user interest point that has been searched / visited / registered in the near past based on the current time point can be displayed in the second UI region 830. [

On the other hand, when any one of the objects displayed on the UI screen is selected (S408: Y), the electronic device 100 displays detailed information of the user's interest point corresponding to the selected object, a position view menu, A detailed UI screen including at least one can be displayed (S409).

According to the present invention, when a plurality of user interest points are set, only the approximate registration time point of the point of interest is memorized, only the approximate point of visit of the point of interest is memorized, , The user can quickly and conveniently search the point of interest and edit the point of interest searched, even if only the approximate location information of the point of interest is memorized.

In the flowcharts shown in FIGS. 3, 4, 6 and 7, the display method is performed in a specific order. However, the present invention is not limited thereto. It is not. Accordingly, the order shown in Figs. 3, 4, 6, and 7 may be modified according to an implementation.

In addition, a method of displaying information on a user's interest point according to various embodiments of the present invention described above may be implemented in a program code and provided to a server or devices. Accordingly, each of the electronic devices can access the server or the device in which the program is stored, and download the program.

In addition, the method of displaying information about user points of interest according to various embodiments of the present invention described above may be implemented in program code and stored in various non-transitory computer readable media.

A non-transitory readable medium is a medium that stores data for a short period of time, such as a register, cache, memory, etc., but semi-permanently stores data and is readable by the apparatus. In particular, the various applications or programs described above may be stored on non-volatile readable media such as CD, DVD, hard disk, Blu-ray disk, USB, memory card, ROM,

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed exemplary embodiments, but, on the contrary, It will be understood by those skilled in the art that various changes in form and detail may be made therein without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention.

100: electronic device 110: storage unit
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172: image processing unit 180: communication unit
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Claims (23)

  1. A method of displaying information on a user interest point,
    Displaying a UI (User Interface) screen including at least one object for a user interest point;
    Receiving a scroll input of a user; And
    And scrolling and displaying the UI screen to correspond to the received scroll input,
    The object may include:
    Wherein the information of the user interest point including at least one of a point at which the user has searched previously, a point at which the user has previously visited, and a point at which the user previously registered the point of interest as a point of interest.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the displaying the UI screen comprises:
    Detecting at least one of time information, position information, attribute information, and name information for the user interest point;
    Generating an object for each of the user interest points using the detected information; And
    And creating the UI screen by sequentially arranging the generated objects in time order based on the detected time information,
    The time information on the user interest point may include:
    At least one of registration time information corresponding to a time at which the user previously registered as a point of interest, visit time information corresponding to a time previously visited by the user, and search time information corresponding to a time previously searched by the user .
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    The generating of the UI screen comprises:
    Wherein the UI screen is generated by positioning a time-division object that allows objects of different time zones to be distinguished in the array of objects.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    The object may include:
    And the number of search times for the user interest point is reflected.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    The object may include:
    An icon representing an attribute of the point of interest, registration time information corresponding to a time registered by the user as a point of interest previously, visit time information corresponding to a time previously visited by the user, The search time information indicating the user's interest point, and the name information of the user's interest point.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    Displaying a UI screen including at least one of detailed information of a user's interest point corresponding to the selected object, a position view menu, a path search menu, and a delete menu when any one of the objects displayed on the UI screen is selected; Further comprising:
  7. A method of displaying information on a user interest point,
    Displaying a UI screen including a first UI (User Interface) area for displaying a user point of interest as a location identifier on a map and a second UI area for displaying at least one object for the user point of interest Lt; / RTI >
    The user point of interest,
    A point at which the user has previously visited, a point at which the user has previously visited, and a point at which the user previously registered the point of interest,
    The object may include:
    Wherein the information about the user's interest point is expressed in detail with respect to the location identifier.
  8. 8. The method of claim 7,
    Displaying a full map UI screen when a search request of a user interest point is input; And
    Selecting a specific administrative area of the plurality of administrative areas constituting the whole map,
    Wherein the displaying the UI screen comprises:
    After the specific administrative area is selected,
    Wherein the first UI region comprises:
    And displaying the user interest point as a location identifier on a map corresponding to the selected specific administrative area.
  9. 8. The method of claim 7,
    Creating a first UI (User Interface) area for displaying a user interest point on a map as a location identifier using location information of the user interest point; And
    And generating the second UI region in which the objects are sequentially arranged in time order using time information on the user interest point,
    The time information on the user interest point may include:
    At least one of registration time information corresponding to a time at which the user previously registered as a point of interest, visit time information corresponding to a time previously visited by the user, and search time information corresponding to a time previously searched by the user .
  10. 8. The method of claim 7,
    Wherein the first UI region and the second UI region are distinguished from each other by a UI region, and the user input to one UI region does not affect the other UI region.
  11. 11. The method of claim 10,
    When a user input for enlargement or reduction is received in the first UI area, the first UI area enlarges or reduces the map,
    Wherein when the scroll input of the user is received in the second UI area, the second UI area scrolls and displays the object corresponding to the received scroll input.
  12. 8. The method of claim 7,
    Wherein the object and the location identifier are <
    And the number of search times for the user interest point is reflected.
  13. In an electronic device,
    A display unit displaying a UI (User Interface) screen including at least one object for a user interest point;
    An input unit for receiving a scroll input of a user; And
    And a controller for controlling the display unit to scroll the UI screen so as to correspond to the received scroll input,
    The object may include:
    Wherein the information of the user interest point including at least one of a point at which the user has previously searched, a point at which the user has previously visited, and a point at which the user previously registered the point of interest as the point of interest.
  14. 14. The method of claim 13,
    A detecting unit detecting at least one of time information, position information, attribute information, and name information for the user's interest point; And
    An image processor for generating an object for each of the user interest points using the detected information and sequentially arranging the generated objects based on the detected time information in order of time to generate the UI screen; Including,
    The time information on the user interest point may include:
    At least one of registration time information corresponding to a time at which the user previously registered as a point of interest, visit time information corresponding to a time previously visited by the user, and search time information corresponding to a time previously searched by the user And the electronic device.
  15. 15. The method of claim 14,
    Wherein the image processing unit comprises:
    Wherein the UI screen is created by placing a time-division object that allows objects of different time zones to be distinguished in the array of objects.
  16. 14. The method of claim 13,
    The object may include:
    And the number of search times for the user interest point is reflected.
  17. In an electronic device,
    A display unit for displaying a screen;
    A method for displaying a UI screen including a first UI (User Interface) area for displaying a user point of interest as a location identifier on a map and a second UI area for displaying at least one object for the user point of interest And a control unit for controlling the display unit,
    The user point of interest,
    A point at which the user has previously visited, a point at which the user has previously visited, and a point at which the user previously registered the point of interest,
    The object may include:
    And displays information on the user's interest point in detail with respect to the location identifier.
  18. 18. The method of claim 17,
    Further comprising: an input for receiving a user input for operating the electronic device,
    Wherein,
    When the search request of the user's interest point is inputted through the input unit, the display unit is controlled to display the full map UI screen,
    Controls the display unit to display the UI screen when a specific one of the plurality of administrative regions constituting the entire map is selected through the input unit,
    Wherein the first UI region comprises:
    And displays the user point of interest as a location identifier on a map corresponding to the selected particular administrative area.
  19. 18. The method of claim 17,
    Wherein,
    Creating a first UI (User Interface) area for displaying a user interest point on a map as a location identifier using location information on the user interest point,
    Generating the second UI region in which the objects are sequentially arranged in time order using time information on the user interest point,
    The time information on the user interest point may include:
    At least one of registration time information corresponding to a time at which the user previously registered as a point of interest, visit time information corresponding to a time previously visited by the user, and search time information corresponding to a time previously searched by the user And the electronic device.
  20. 18. The method of claim 17,
    Wherein the first UI region and the second UI region are distinguished from each other by a UI region, and a user input to one UI region does not affect another UI region.
  21. 21. The method of claim 20,
    When a user input for enlargement or reduction is received in the first UI area, the first UI area enlarges or reduces the map,
    Wherein when the scroll input of the user is received in the second UI area, the second UI area scrolls the object so as to correspond to the received scroll input.
  22. 18. The method of claim 17,
    Wherein the object and the location identifier are <
    And the number of search times for the user interest point is reflected.
  23. A computer-readable recording medium on which a program for executing the display method according to any one of claims 1 to 12 is recorded.
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